3701 Tamiami Trail North
Naples, FL 34103
Central Bank announces new location in Naples, Florida
For Immediate Release Media Contact:
August 16, 2022 Daniel Westhues 573.634.1281
Naples, Fl. – One of Forbes Magazine’s “Best Banks in America” is now operating in Naples as a full-service financial institution providing traditional banking services, mortgage loans, commercial and personal loans, private banking, investment management, and trust services.
“Central Bank has more than 120 years of providing legendary banking customer service as well as a completely customized approach to your finances, whether you simply need a loan or complex wealth management services” said Scott Kellett, Florida President. “We are excited to offer all of our financial services now in Florida and invite the area Naples residents to stop by and say hello to our team, including Mike Giusto, Patrick Lipper, and Stefanie O’Malley”
Central Bank, as part of Central Bancompany, was recently ranked 16th in Forbes Magazine’s “Best Banks in America” for 2022. This is the 13th consecutive year in which Central Bancompany was recognized. To rank the nation’s banks, Forbes used data collected by S&P Global Market Intelligence including: return on average equity; return on average assets, net interest margin and efficiency ratio.
In addition to providing Naples with award-winning banking services, Central Bank will grow in Naples the same way it does in every community – by dedicating itself to the needs of the area. Whether it be through volunteerism or being creative with a loan decision, Central Bank will provide Naples with legendary service.
– Strong roots. Endless possibilities. –
About Central Bank
Central Bank, with assets of more than $20 billion, is headquartered in Jefferson City, Missouri, and offers a full suite of banking services. Serving customers and businesses since 1902, the bank is built on a strong foundation of people, community, and technology. Central Bank and its holding company operate more than 265 locations in more than 75 communities throughout Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Colorado, North Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Florida. The Wealth Management divisions of Central Bank are comprised of Central Trust Company and Central Investment Advisors, with combined assets greater than $12 billion.